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Land pooling deadline to be extended again

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With two days left for the AP government’s agenda to gather 30,000 sections of land by February 15, the area pooling activity to manufacture its new capital seems to have met bottlenecks and obstacles and prepared to stretch out due date by an alternate 15 to 30 days

As of February 11, the AP government has so far been fruitful in gathering only 12,000 sections of land and is planned to convey 30,000 sections of land ownership to its Singapore advisors and japanese developers by end of February to start operations.


As per CRDA authorities, the administration has acknowledged their suggestion for an alternate expansion of 15 to 30 days to encourage the whole process in the wake of unfriendly political battle by the YSRCP, CPM and the CPI against the area pooling.

Just villagers of Tullur, Nelapadu, Sakhavaram and Anantavaram had approached to surrender their territories in return for the administrations offers. Anyhow the villagers of Rayapdui, Undavalli, Penumaka and Tadepally had inside and out rejected the administration officer and requested an alternate 75 percent all the more in costs and area trade offers. Of the aggregate 29 towns, agriculturists of more than 15 towns are still delaying and contrasting them and the open business costs offered in the wake of capital city rising there.

As indicated by CRDA authorities, there were 9.3 structures ( contradicting area pooling) as opposed to 9.2 structures (favoring area pooling) rising in the month-long fight and mindfulness exercise with agriculturists and inhabitants of the towns ear stamped for Capital development.


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